Post Tagged with: "Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research"

The threats of Florida Bay

The threats of Florida Bay

David Conway, from Florida Sportman, sits down with Jennifer Rehage, Associate Professor at FIU, to discuss the hypersalinity issues Florida Bay has […]

Ongoing red tide monitoring in South Florida

Ongoing red tide monitoring in South Florida

Red tide has continued to cause health problems for the public and wildlife throughout Florida. Although South Florida waters have […]

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Living on Earth: Everglades tour with John Kominoski

This article first appeared in Living on Earth on April 5, 2019. In a recent Living on Earth podcast, Florida Coastal […]

Meet our SERC scientists: Dr. Henry Briceño

Meet our SERC scientists: Dr. Henry Briceño

Many don’t find rocks all that interesting, but Dr. Henry Briceño can bring everything back to the rocks – from the glass […]

Twenty-five years later, prominent professor retires

Twenty-five years later, prominent professor retires

For over 25 years, Dr. Rudolf Jaffé has dedicated his time to the Southeast Environmental Research Center (SERC), working in the area of environmental […]

Rolando Santos: Making waves at FIU

Rolando Santos: Making waves at FIU

Rolando Omar Santos Corujo, a postdoctoral associate in the Southeast Environmental Research Center within the Institute of Water and Environment, works […]

Who is the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force?

Who is the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force?

Many local South Floridians have come to know the Everglades as the nearby national park where they can bring out-of-towners […]

Meet our SERC scientists: Dr. Michael Ross

Meet our SERC scientists: Dr. Michael Ross

Dr. Michael Ross spends much of his job interpreting what the history of our environments can tell us about how […]